Marshall, the multi-instrumentalist and producer, has launched his own streaming-only service called Marshall’s Jukebox.
The company, which is part of Marshall Technology, will stream music on Apple Music and Spotify.
The new service will also stream songs from his previous releases, including 2016’s “The Sound of Silence,” a collaborative project with Beyoncé, which was the first Marshall project to be certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.
Marshall’s announcement comes a week after the rapper-producer released a video that featured him wearing a pair of headphones strapped to his chest while walking through his home.
Marshall is the creator of a brand of jukeboxes called Juke Boxes that he sells for $100 each.
The sound of the juke box is created using a custom-made amplifier, with a volume control and an adjustable frequency range.
Marshall said that he is proud to work with such talented musicians as Drake, Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar.